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Grouping RAW+JPG

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Hi folks,

A quick question: is there a way to automatically group RAW and JPG together or is this still a fully manual job?
Many thanks for you answer!

Kind regards from the Netherlands

Germie

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I could use such a feature for my HDR and Panoramic Images.

 

example:

HDR files->Vacation XY

SOURCE files -> HDR->Vacation XY

 

I would like to be able to link those prferably automatically via the files names

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On 12/30/2019 at 11:11 AM, Germie said:

automatically group RAW and JPG together

 

20 hours ago, rene said:

link those prferably automatically via the files names

As far as I know, there is no way to automatically link images with similar file names. However, for myself I found a workaround:

1. If the file names are exactly the same, i.e. including the extension (obviously they mus exist in different folders), you open the properties and click on the file name:
image.png.d09e801ae7923d915a76f055d632695d.png

In the thumbnail area, you see all images with exactly the same file name (but residing in different folders).

2. If the file names are not exactly the same, for example, if they are of different media type (e.g. JPG and RAW), then you start with step 1 described above (and very likely you see only a single image in the thumbnail area). Now, click the Advanced button and instead of matches, select contains (or start with). Then modify the file name in the input field to get only the part which is identical (i.e. remove .jpg or .mrw) :

image.png.d72a2e26f4806c7b966c738f3f829cd3.png

 

image.png

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